Want to feel better?
Eat more plants.

Planted Platter will help you with plant-based cooking classes and recipe demonstrations, guidance for restaurants/foodservice in welcoming vegan customers, and plant-based workplace wellness programs.


Through group classes or private coaching, Planted Platter will teach you plant-based nutrition, healthy cooking tips, and whole-food, plant-based recipes.


For restaurants, caterers, hotels, and food service, Planted Platter advises on the plant-forward menu trend. Earn customers with tasty plant-based menu options.

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Help your employees learn healthier eating habits and lower your healthcare costs. Ask us to bring our plant-based program to your workplace, in person or virtually.

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Planted Platter isn’t the name of a specific product. Rather, it describes the idea that we can all eat a bountiful plant-based diet to support better health. Why would you want to do anything less?

Start your plant-based life today!


Planted Platter provides plant-based food classes, coaching, and connections. Join us in building a network of plant-savvy people, restaurants, employers, and others who celebrate plant-based eating and focus on healthy lifestyles. Together, we can be a positive force for food as medicine, helping to reduce chronic health problems such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and obesity.


Online plant-based cooking classes
Check the schedule of our healthy vegan nutrition and cooking classes. All classes are taught online via Zoom. Join from home or wherever you are!

To keep informed about classes and events, sign up for our newsletter and follow Planted Platter on Facebook and Instagram.

bold food. bright life.

Planted Platter promotes plant-based eating options – for everyone, everywhere.

Delicious Plant-Based Bowls  |  June 17

Delicious Plant-Based Bowls | June 17

Learn how to build a flavorful, healthy meal in a bowl in this free online cooking class taught by Planted Platter’s Deb Czech. The class will be hosted by Saratoga Springs Public Library on Thursday, June 17, 2021 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Participants will receive recipes for several bowls that are perfect for easy summer meals…

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Kickstart Your Health  |  April 27-May 25

Kickstart Your Health | April 27-May 25

5-CLASS SERIES – BEST VALUE (Buy 4 Classes, Get 1 Free) | Experience first-hand why a plant-based diet is effective in losing excess weight and improving cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels. Three recipes demonstrated in each class, plus general tips on plant-based nutrition. BONUS: Participate in a 21-day immersion as part of this class! (Zoom classes: April 27, May 4, 11, 18, and 25, 2021, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time)

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Eat More Plants: 5 Tips to Make it Fun and Easy

Eat More Plants: 5 Tips to Make it Fun and Easy

What are your health and wellness goals for the coming year? Do you want to regain the energy you had years ago? Do you have health metrics you’d like to raise or lower? Trying to get healthier quickly to reduce your COVID risks? A plant-based diet can help with all of this!

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It's #earthday. 🤔 How can we make a difference? ⁠

✅ Plant-based diet⁠
✅ Reduce plastic with detergent sheets⁠
✅ No straws or plastic cups⁠
✅ Mesh produce bags instead of plastic⁠
✅ Reusable shopping bags ⁠
✅ Drive less⁠

Are you reducing plastics? Eating more plants? Something else? ⁠

Simple but very tasty, no oil stir-fry comes together with the right ingredients on hand! 💥 Keep your pantry well-stocked and some basics in your fridge and you'll be ready to cook plant-based meals on the fly. ⁠

Many of these items will be familiar, but the Ume Plum Vinegar might be a new one...it's a hard taste to describe and not that yummy to sample by itself (though you should, to understand it). A small amount adds great depth of flavor.

Cooking plant-based meals is easier when you have the right flavor accents at the ready. 🍒 Planted Platter's list of favorites appears in the Spring 2021 edition of Saratoga Family magazine. ⁠

Online here (page 44):⁠